Harty Villa is a fine example of a beautifully refurbished Victorian property situated in the bustling market town of Faversham. This wonderful home has had extensive refurbishment work to include a new roof, a ground floor extension, converted cellar and a loft extension. It has also been re - plumbed, rewired, a new boiler fitted in 2017 and finished to a high specification with a mixture of reclaimed and new stripped flooring throughout. The property retains it's original sash windows throughout, which have been recently restored. The garden has recently been landscaped and a wood burning stove has been added to the kitchen. The property is entered via a half-glazed door into the hallway. This has the stairs to the first floor and has a stripped wooden floor that runs throughout the property. At the front of the house is a good-sized sitting room with an ornate fireplace, a high picture rail and ceiling spotlighting. The kitchen has been extended across to nearly the full width of the house and then opened up to create an impressive, open plan kitchen-diner with a section of roof with roof lights and French doors onto the garden. There is a large dining area which has an ornate fireplace and provides access to the basement room, which has been converted into a functioning room. From the kitchen a lobby provides a further access to the garden and then to a downstairs toilet and onto a utility room. To the first floor is a nice sized landing which allows for the new staircase to the 2nd floor. It has a lovely sized bedroom across the front of the house with twin sash windows, a Victorian cast fireplace and a built-in wardrobe. There is a further bedroom, again with built in cupboard and a little cast fireplace. The family bathroom is fully fitted to a good standard and has a free-standing bath, a tiled shower cubicle with a mains fed shower. The top floor bedroom has been well thought out and has had the addition of a full width dormer, set with double doors.

Room Sizes
Ground Floor
Entrance Hall
Sitting Room 3.91m x 3.33m (12'10 x 10'11)

Kitchen/Diner 6.50m x 4.29m (21'4 x 14'1)

Utility Room
Basement Level
Study 4.24m x 3.23m (13'11 x 10'7)

First Floor
Bedroom 4.29m x 3.33m (14'1 x 10'11)

Bedroom 3.33m x 2.54m (10'11 x 8'4)

Second Floor
Bedroom 5.18m x 2.95m (17'0 x 9'8)

Front Garden
Rear Garden

Faversham Area Guide

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